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Digital Gauge Cluster?

I have a 90 Ranger, 2.9L, manual tranny, 2WD.

I was thinking about swapping the stock gauge cluster out for a digital cluster. Is this even possible? If so, what digital gauge cluster would I need to do it? How would it work?

Any input is appreciated.
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maybe one from an old corvette?
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The old grand maquis had digital clusters in the early 90's but the 90's rangers use mechanical speedos where the digital will most likely need an electrical input. Not sure for the other gauges though.
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DUDE, forget that, just get one of these babys(only if you have OBD ii)
obd ii hud | eBay
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90 is obd1 obd2 started in 96
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